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As Mr. Morris and Mr. Winslow look on, Mr. Pickering addresses sophomores in the Lucy Hurlin Theatre. He reiterates ConVal's Four Respects and notes that respect and facility cleanliness are everybody's responsibility.

As Mr. Morris and Mr. Winslow look on, Mr. Pickering addresses sophomores in the Lucy Hurlin Theatre. He reiterates ConVal's Four Respects and notes that respect and facility cleanliness are everybody's responsibility.

Mrs. Moore's TASC group gets a quick overview of the rearranged ConVal library by Mrs. Bowman. Students are directed to the section where new books can be found — not only fiction but also new non-fiction titles.

Mrs. Moore's TASC group gets a quick overview of the rearranged ConVal library by Mrs. Bowman. Students are directed to the section where new books can be found — not only fiction but also new non-fiction titles.

As part of their seven days as a newly formed group, Ms. Rivet's TASC meets in the library to discuss goal setting strategies and to set some S.M.A.R.T. (specific, measurable, achievable, results-focused, and time- bound) goals.

As part of their seven days as a newly formed group, Ms. Rivet's TASC meets in the library to discuss goal setting strategies and to set some S.M.A.R.T. (specific, measurable, achievable, results-focused, and time- bound) goals.

As part of their first seven days of TASC in their last year at ConVal, this group of seniors in Mrs. Carne's TASC room has elected to hold a cookie decorating contest as a bonding activity. This year will pass very quickly for them!

As part of their first seven days of TASC in their last year at ConVal, this group of seniors in Mrs. Carne's TASC room has elected to hold a cookie decorating contest as a bonding activity. This year will pass very quickly for them!

Mr. Carne, ConVal's System Administrator, has the never-ending responsibility to ensure that the different technologies used at the high school — hardware, software, wireless and cloud services — remain in working order.

Mr. Carne, ConVal's System Administrator, has the never-ending responsibility to ensure that the different technologies used at the high school — hardware, software, wireless and cloud services — remain in working order.

As part of his first day teaching at ConVal, Mr. Aidan Holding has his class sing songs in German. Mr. Holding says that singing will be a regular part of class, and that the students will not need their lyric sheets for long.

As part of his first day teaching at ConVal, Mr. Aidan Holding has his class sing songs in German. Mr. Holding says that singing will be a regular part of class, and that the students will not need their lyric sheets for long.

Students in AP Chemistry start their school year conducting a lab with their new classmates to refresh their chemistry basics. The students make marker colors run on paper to better understand the chemical and color makeups.

Students in AP Chemistry start their school year conducting a lab with their new classmates to refresh their chemistry basics. The students make marker colors run on paper to better understand the chemical and color makeups.

Students in Mrs. Farnsworth's Geometry class hit the road running on their first day back at school. The class schedule and expectations, as well as basic concepts and vocabulary are discussed at the first meeting.

Students in Mrs. Farnsworth's Geometry class hit the road running on their first day back at school. The class schedule and expectations, as well as basic concepts and vocabulary are discussed at the first meeting.

Though it is the first day of school, students in ConVal's Chorus are very excited to be back to practice. One brave student volunteers to perform a solo during practice while the rest of her classmates back her up.

Though it is the first day of school, students in ConVal's Chorus are very excited to be back to practice. One brave student volunteers to perform a solo during practice while the rest of her classmates back her up.

ConVal High School Principal Brian Pickering greets students as they get off the bus for their first day of the 2015-2016 school year. Welcome back sophomores, juniors, and seniors, and welcome, Class of 2019!

ConVal High School Principal Brian Pickering greets students as they get off the bus for their first day of the 2015-2016 school year. Welcome back sophomores, juniors, and seniors, and welcome, Class of 2019!

Principal Pickering addresses incoming students on New Student Day. In his message, he emphasizes ConVal's relentless pursuit of learning for all and the school's motto of four respects to maintain a positive school culture.

Principal Pickering addresses incoming students on New Student Day. In his message, he emphasizes ConVal's relentless pursuit of learning for all and the school's motto of four respects to maintain a positive school culture.

New students, including members of the incoming Class of 2019, receive the "red carpet treatment" as they enter ConVal High School for the first time. They are cheered on by members of the ConVal Student Leadership Team.

New students, including members of the incoming Class of 2019, receive the "red carpet treatment" as they enter ConVal High School for the first time. They are cheered on by members of the ConVal Student Leadership Team.

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Lockers

If you would like a locker, please see Mrs. Ellis; there is no charge. Athletes please note: All team rooms are closed during school hours. If you require a locker for your school day, please see Mrs. Ellis in the Main Office.

Student Accident Insurance Available

If you are looking for a low-cost accident policy that covers any school-related activity, regardless of location, please see this application form provided by ISI New England.


Fall Drivers Education Classes

Hampshire Driving School will offer two sections of driver education classes in the fall. The first term (#166) will be conducted from September through November. The second term (#167) will run from November through January. Full details can be found here.



September 2015: Dollars For Scholars Tennis Tournament

The mission of ConVal Community Dollars for Scholars is to help ConVal graduates succeed, despite some difficult circumstances, as they pursue further education after high school.  To raise money for the cause, ConVal's Dollars for Scholars will hold a tennis tournament in September. To find out details and sign up for this fun event, please click here.

School Notices

Lunch Menu

Notice About Food Allergies

Healthy Snack List

ConVal Bell Schedule

Due to health concerns,

ConVal is a latex-free zone.


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ConVal High School
184 Hancock Road
Peterborough, NH 03458


Phone: (603) 924-3869
Fax: (603) 924-9176

 

Principal:
Brian Pickering

 

Dean of Students:
Stephen Bartsch

 

Dean of Faculty:

Gib West

 

Director of School Counseling:

Kim Chandler

Special Education Administrator:

Leander Corman

Director of Applied Technology Center:

John Reitnauer


Athletic Director:
Mark Swasey

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